While it’s nice to have a look at rock-racers like Shannon Campbell’s, it’s not exactly what we’d call realistic for your average joe. While we know rock-crawling isn’t a cheap activity, there’s certainly vehicles that are a bit more realistic than others. This built-up Jeep Wrangler TJ is one of those, and between the BF Goodrich Krawlers, the Bilstein suspension, and the race-prepped interior, we’re sure it’s fun too.
Every once and a while you come by a vehicle that almost perfectly blends classic heritage, capability, and a little bit of new-school engineering. This year at SEMA we stumbled upon one of those vehicles, an early Willys Jeep, which has had its fair share of modifications and upgrades. Powered by an upgraded V6 VORTEC […]
Every year SEMA attracts hundreds of the world’s most excellently modified vehicles, from motorcycles that make you go “how does that work” to tuners so low you wonder how they can get over a speedbump…much less a pothole, SEMA is the place. But it’s not just the cars that make people come to the […]
Who doesn’t love themselves a great SCORE Class 6 race truck? We certainly do, and we know you’ll love a closer look at Matt Lovell’s 2009 Ford Ranger (not that there’s much left of the original truck anyway). With 24 inches of travel up front, and 34 inches of travel in the rear by-way of […]